is editor of New Humanist.
Globalization is leading to more belief, not less. "New Humanist" editor Caspar Melville talks to John Micklethwait, the editor of "The Economist", about his new book tracing the rise and rise of religion. [more]
The militant atheism of the Bolsheviks, far from rendering religion obsolete, created a new faith. Michail Ryklin talks about the religiosity inherent in western European intellectuals' admiration for the Soviet Union, including Russell, Koestler, Benjamin and Brecht. [more]